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Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau

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  1. Dogger55 commented on Tim Eagan about 9 hours ago

    Reagan gave us trickle down in 1981. Nothing has trickled down, except the same crap that has always flowed downhill.

  2. Dogger55 commented on Nick Anderson 8 days ago

    It’s hilarious that the right-wingers must chime in to defend the white supremacists. That let’s us know where their minds are.

    No wonder the percentage of white supremacists that vote Republican is higher than the percentage of minority voters who vote for Democrats.

  3. Dogger55 commented on Jeff Danziger 7 months ago

    Exactly. If you want to control debt, do not use your credit card. The GOP policy is the same as loading up the card and refusing to pay the bill. That only increases your debt, especially when you get hit with fees and interest rate increases.

  4. Dogger55 commented on Mike Luckovich 7 months ago

    Idiot. That’s Wayne LaPierre.

  5. Dogger55 commented on Stuart Carlson 7 months ago

    That’s not a fair comparison. Kamikaze pilots understood what they were doing and were willing to personally accept the consequences of their actions.

  6. Dogger55 commented on Nick Anderson 8 months ago

    No, that’s the meaning the cartoonist was using and Michael faulted him for it.

  7. Dogger55 commented on Nick Anderson 8 months ago

    Wow. Not only are you too stupid to know that the word “Yesterday” has more than one meaning, you are too stupid to even look it up. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/yesterday

  8. Dogger55 commented on Nick Anderson 10 months ago

    You are asking conservative women to be intelligent, compassionate and truthful. Do you see the problem?

  9. Dogger55 commented on Walt Handelsman 12 months ago

    Really? What’s the problem with Wiener? Republican David Vitter slept with hookers wearing diapers, and he gets to stay in Congress.

  10. Dogger55 commented on Ted Rall about 1 year ago

    “She is dead…leave it alone already”

    Hell no. Dying is the first thing she has done that I can celebrate.